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Getting Started

A basic course that teaches everything you need to know to get started using your simulator.

Learn the basics of your simulator including startup and shut down procedures, how to run basic scenarios, patient monitor and instructor device operations, operating modes, and other useful system features. Hands-on activities will help your team become familiar with the simulator and how to run a basic scenario. The course is aimed at those who will be responsible f-r running simulations. After the course, you should be able to start using your simulator system for simulation-based education.

Courses and training opportunities are available for every skill level. Classes are designed to increase your ability to effectively operate Laerdal simulators to teach and evaluate learning objectives. Courses are tiered for basic to advanced users. 

Who benefits from this service

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What value this service provides

✔Understand system components, complete walk through of simulator
✔ Learn how to start and shut down properly
✔ Learn all simulator features
✔ Learn all features of the patient monitor
✔  Learn modes of the Learning Application Software
✔ Understand different Debriefing systems
✔ Learn battery changing times, calibration of blood pressures, and other general operating functions

Meg was very helpful in making sure we all understood how to use the SimPad. I liked the hands-on training and it was great to practice our skills afterwards to see if we grasped the information.

How this service is delivered

This is a one-day course for up to eight participants delivered at your facility by our Feld Service Specialist or Educational Service Specialist.

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What's next?

The next step is the Teaching with Scenarios course focusing on how to use your system with pre-programmed scenarios and how to measure your training for evaluation and debriefing.